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Sunday, 28 December

424A. Globalization, Language Use, and Community

7:15–8:30 p.m., Yerba Buena Salon 10, Marriott

Program arranged by the Division on Language and Society

Presiding: Andrea Abernethy Lunsford, Stanford Univ.

1. “Missing Narrative Pieces: Middles and Ends of International Social Entrepreneurship,” Shirley Brice Heath, Stanford Univ.

2. “Feeling Poor While Feeling Rich: The Rhetoric of Internet Microloans,” Shameem Black, Yale Univ.

3. “Indigenous Languages, Nation Building, and the Global Market in the New South Africa,” Molly Abel Travis, Tulane Univ.

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